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N ANALOG COMPUTER STUDY OF SEVERAL STABILITY
AgGMENTATION SCHEMES DESIGNED TO ALLEVIATE
8 ROLL-INDUCED INSTABILITY
o By Brent Y. Creer
Ames Aeronautical Laboratory
1 t Moffett Field, Calif.
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NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
February 19, 1957
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